1. Completion of 7.5 credits of core course requirements in foundations, ethics, methods, strategic planning / leadership and essentials of humanitarian action; relevant electives are encouraged.

Required Core Courses: 

    • GHP 262-1: Emerging Issues in Humanitarian Response and Human Rights*
    • GHP 537:  Field Methods in Humanitarian Crises I
    • GHP 515:  International Humanitarian Response
    • GHP 518:  International Humanitarian Response II

*Student may substitute this course with ID 205: Societal Response to Disaster 

2. Completion of respective MPH, DrPH and home department Master degree requirements

3. Fulfillment of MPH / Master / DrPH level culminating activities (e.g., practicum, thesis) with a focus on evaluation and critical assessments of humanitarian efforts

Voluntary participation in HuSEHR seminars and events highly encouraged for all students